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Leaks at the front and/or rear differential pinion seal and from the transfer case are common. Leakage from the transfer case normally occurs at the case-mating surfaces and require removal of the transfer case to reseal.

Poor connections of the ECU wires at the bulkhead can cause erratic RPMs and engine-stalling. The repair typically involves either bypassing the connector wires or cleaning and replacing spread terminals in the connector.

The ABS light can come on, indicating an ABS pump motor circuit fault. This is most likely to occur in warmer areas (above 90° F) and usually after a quick stop, like a refueling. If no faults can be found in the pump motor circuit after proper diagnostics, there is a revised ABS control module which should correct this concern.

The thermostat may fail to close completely, causing the Check Engine Light to illuminate. This problem will prevent the engine from reaching normal operating temperature; a new thermostat should be installed.

I have a '98 JGC Laredo (4.0 liter, inline-6, 4x4) and it will not shift into gear on it's own. Also it won't go into overdrive. I have repalced the PCM and the shifting silinoid. Any suggestions? Also, the AC compressor just stopped kicking on. what's wrong with it?

Some vehicles may experience a high pitched whistle under light throttle conditions. This can be corrected by resealing the throttle body at the intake manifold using a small amount of rtv sealer.

Vehicles equipped with manual transmissions may become difficult to shift. The repair may involve replacing the 3rd/4th/5ht & reverse gear synchronizer rings as a set.

Incorrect fault codes may set in the transmission control module (TCM) resulting is misdiagnoses. The TCM software should be checked for the latest updates before diagnosing stored fault codes.

Clutch pedal "push back" may be felt towards the end of the pedal travel. The repair may involve removing the pedal arm "over-center" spring.

Clutch pedal "push back" may be felt towards the end of the pedal travel. The repair may involve removing the pedal arm "over-center" spring.

The electronic stability program (ESP) "off" chime may sound multiple times when in "4 WD Lock" and the shifter is moved between "R" and "L". Our technicians tell us there is a software upgrade for the anti-lock brake (ABS) module to correct this issue.

The electronic stability program (ESP) "off" chime may sound multiple times when in "4 WD Lock" and the shifter is moved between "R" and "L". Our technicians tell us there is a software upgrade for the anti-lock brake (ABS) module to correct this issue.The electronic stability program (ESP) "off" chime may sound multiple times when in "4 WD Lock" and the shifter is moved between "R" and "L". Our technicians tell us there is a software upgrade for the anti-lock brake (ABS) module to correct this issue.

A clicking or scraping sound may be noted from the clutch pedal area when turning the steering wheel in the full down tilt position. Our technicians tell us the clutch switch stop flag may require modification to correct this concern.

A clicking or scraping sound may be noted from the clutch pedal area when turning the steering wheel in the full down tilt position. Our technicians tell us the clutch switch stop flag may require modification to correct this concern.

A chirp type noise may be noted from the serpentine belt when the steering wheel is at full lock with the engine idling. Our technicians tell us a revised serpentine belt tensioner is available to correct this concern.